CAPS 282 - IR Theory & the Chinese State

CAPS 282 - IR Theory & the Chinese State - June 4,...

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June 4, 1989: photo of “tank man” taken Transparency o “4 th ” generation: Mao, Deng, Jiang Xiamen preceded o now Jiang Zemin, Wen Jiabao, Hu Jintao o Hu “very much in command” o All “technocrats” – rise in party due to policymaking capability/bureaucratic knowledge Not heroes of revolution/military leaders - led China into being one-party state market economy; lack bedrock belief in principles of Marxism-leninism - “don’t know a lot about what these guys think of the US” - Chinese bureaucracy / govt non-transparent; goings-on must be pieced together from speeches, policies, & other publicly available material - Jiang Xiamen o Led china throughout 90s & immediately after Tiananmen; felt it necessary to maintain good relations w/ US o Knows little English but memorized Gettysburg address, plays organ; “quirky” o Peaceful transition of power from Jiang to Hu o Has receded from political stage, but still fights for protégés, specifically those in the “Shanghai Clique” - Zheng Bijian o Articulated “peaceful rise;” high-ranking w/in PRC party school o China is intrinsically/structurally dedicated to peace o “peaceful view” in-between an official & a scholarly view
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course CAPS 2827 taught by Professor Carlson, a during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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